'Yes this is really on the front of Hawaii News Now – aka KGMB and KHNL (CBS and NBC news, respectfully).
Straight out of an Orwellian novel, this is going down in Hawaii.
From the article:
On a drizzly Friday, an IHS outreach team walked the streets of Waikiki looking for people to vaccinate.
“Would you be interested in a flu vaccine?” said Justin Phillips asked a homeless person. (SIC)
The traveling clinic was a first — so it wasn’t clear how many people would accept the vaccination.
Turned out, the majority of people who were offered the shot agreed to get one. In the first hour, outreach nurses went through half of their supply.
But it’s not just happening in the Aloha state. Big cities like Atlanta are vaccinating the homeless too.
Interestingly the mainstream Hawaii source says they’re now approaching homeless people (who knows their physical or mental state of being) to help “stop ER visits”. and keep them “healthy” with the flu shot.'
Read more: CBS: Nurses hit the street to vaccinate homeless with flu shot